Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1910)
tl.li a: -J vis if ., , ..-v-Tr.. ,... r -wl.. . .. rr. -.j . . - ,..- i -- ' .-'--r..L-.:-!. ... , -, -r.fi ..'-'---:
() Bend, Oregon.
QUILT CONTEST, i
Have You an Old Quilt?
A QUILT WITH A HISTORY?
If so, enter It in our Revolutionary Quilt Contest
which begins next Monday and continues all the
week. We are conducting this contest in con
junction with stores all over the country in order
to discover who possesses the most interesting
Quilt in America.
$500 in Prizes are Offered
for tho thirty most interesting, oldest, most unique
or most artistically made quilts entered in the
It costs you nothing to enter your quilt
you do not even have to make a purchase and
tho entries will be on display at our store next
week. Wo want soma woman in Bend to win
tho first prize.
Get one of the Books of Rules
They're Free for the asking -and
learn all about it.
While in the, store ask to seo
(MEANS RGADY SEWED.)
This is tho name of a now cotton batt made
of twenty sheots of puro white, fluffy, carefully
selected cotton, each sheet tho full slro of a largo
comfort (72x04 inches), placed smoothly together
and stitched in parallel columns, three inches apart,
all the way through.
"RBDDISODE" has created
a revolution in bed
because no quilting frames are required there
are no lumps or thin places no piecing or patch
ing is necessary and tho cover, no matter of what
material, can bo removed and washed without
tho batt falling to pieces,
Wo aro tho solo-distributors of MReddIso4o"
I , :J )
) ( - )
. 9 'A )
MCXWjMSL3. Ben Oregon.
THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES.
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
About linlf mi Inch of water fell
lit Monriny'ri storm.
East or West It h the best. Cleve
land's Baking Powder,
$l size peroxide do cents. Run
CKOB8 I)KU0 STOKK. 30tf
Mm. J. If. Uyan returned Friday
night from a short visit in Port
Innd. Mr. and Mm. IJcrt Caldwell of
Holland were Hend visitors thin
1'ok RiiNT Desirable office
room over the First National
School tablet,' big values, a for
5 cents. Rkd Choss Drug
Wantud Chambermaid and
laundry womnu. TlK PILOT
Burnt INM. a8tf
R. fi. Mtilzlg returned Sunday
from an extenecd visit to his former
home in Pittsburg, Penn.
For Samc Uglit team, weight
about 3ooo lbs.; hack and harness.
Iii(uirc at Anne Ham. 27lf
Mr. and Afrs. L. Corbin were
down from their Holland homestead
Ust Thursday nud Friday,
For Sai.ii Pine milch cow and
two rhoice .sow pigs, also hay and
potatoes. Inquire of R. Spencer.
Just Think Quality, accuracy,
and skill for all prescriptions com
pounded by us. Kim Cross Drug
For Sai.u Good heavy team,
new harness and wagon for $285;
worth 350. Telephone G. W.
Horner, I.aidlaw. tf
Wantjid 100 head of horses to
pastuie. Kxcellcnt feed, consisting
of rye, alfalfa and bunch grass.
Lim Davkni-ort. 28-30
The Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell
will conduct religious services at
the Richardson schoolhouse next
Sunday at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson and son left
Monday morning to return to Port
land after visiting n few weeks with
Hend relatives and friends.
For. Sam: or Excuangh A few
lots in a new town in Central Ore
gon; will trade one for motorcycle.
Address A-U., care The Uullctiu.
Dr. A. A. Hurris has moved his
office to the Holaling building,
over Merrill & Wilkinson's, where
he may be found hereafter. 29 32
The ladies of the Guild and the
Whatsoever will give a Cafeteria
Supper at the Hend Reading Room
next Friday evening, which all are
invited to attend. 30
II. S. Finlcy started his moving
picture show last Saturday night.
A big crowd inaugurated the season
and the nightly attendance since
then has becu good.
Dr. V. V. Faulkner now is es
tablished in his new and well
equipped dental offices in The Bul
letin building and is ready to do all
kinds of dental work.
Receiver Rcdficld of the D. I. &
P. Co. is expected back from Port
land tomorrow. No definite settle
ment of the ditch company's
troubles has yet been made.
The Bulletin has on hand a num
ber of the Great Northern illustra
ted leaflets "Opening Up Central
Oregon." These will be given to
anyone who cares to use them.
Jasper G. Pickett of Oshkosh,
Wis., is a Hend visitor this week
lie is n former acquaintance of
Postmaster Minor and came in to
look over the couutry generally.
MIM.INKKY O v it N I N o Mrs
Herring has received her stock of
trimmed ladies' hats and will have
her opening sale tomorrow (Thurs
day), to which all ladies arc in
Ask your grocer for the 3 lb. and
5 lb. cans of Cleveland's Baking
powder. They have the screw-top,
metal handle under regular cover.
Always air-tight aud useful when
If you bad a fire touight what
valuable papers would you lose
that could not be replaced? Rent a
safety deposit box and avoid the
risk. Yqp keep the key, we deep
the box. 2711
Mr. aud Mrs. William McFee
and Tohn McFee. nrivate secretary
of Contractor Henry, returned last
week from a pleasant excursion to
Crater I.nke and left next day for
Koh Sat.r 88-uote Plaver Pi
ano, fancy mahogany case, fine
tone and action, latest improved
operating uevtix. never uwu, jusi
arrived from factory, Iuquire of
The uulietiu. 37"
Bring your kodak films and
plates to us for development
Negatives selected aud papers used
that will give pleaslug toues lu the
prints. Skward & Campbs&t,,
opposite (be i'ostoffice. J 37 tf
A. M. Drake returned Monday
Bend's first teain Inundr)
opened for business this week.
Sulphur, 10 rents per pound.
Rn Cross Drug Stork, sotf
J. U. Ilcyburn and family are
down from their homestead, guests
at H. E. Allen's.
Complete line of rubber goods
and crutches kept in stock at Red
Cross Drug Store. 3ot(
Lara has made a new warehouse
by enclosing a structure formerly
used for an Implement abed.
Wanthd Men to work in log
ging woods or sawmill. Apply to
Roberts Bros., Sisters, Oregon, 30tf
The Bend Commercial Club will
bold its first monthly meeting to
morrow night at the Reading
The work of Frank Bennett, the
new window dresser at Larra's,
gives a metropolitan appearance to
The reception given by the La
dies' Library Club at the Reading
Room last Friday afternoon was
largely attended and a very suc
Kenneth Bcebc and Lloyd Smith
of Portland were in Bend Sunday
on their way borne from a motoring
trip up the Willamette Valley and
across via Crater Lake to Klamath
A safety deposit box in our
vault is an ideal place for your val
uables. Costs but $3 50 per year.
You keep the key, we keep the
box. Thk First National
Hank ot Bend. 271I
For Salk Two of the best
ranches on the Upper Deschutes
may be had at a bargain. Also
fine ranch at Powell Butte with
plenty of good Spiing water. In
quire of Dick Vandevcrt. 28-31
Mrs. A. A. Burn's and son Vic
tor lett Monday for Eugene, where
the latter will enter the State Uni
versity. Mrs. Harris's mother, Mrs
Babb, accompanied them and will
remain there through the winter.
Mrs. A. M. Drake spent the fore
part of last week at J. E. SawhiU's,
on Big River, and Mrs. Sawhill re
turned with her for a short visit in
Bend. Mr. Sawhill came down
Saturday. The Sawhills returned
Tor Salk Lomdrr We have in one
dry ahed 80,000 feet of finWhed Intubcr,
11 aizea and VintU from 4 to 24 inches
iu width. Alio door ami window jui.
window stools, building ihiuglea, etc.
We can make arrangements to deliver
anywhere. Send ui your orders. J. N.
Matten Lumber Co., Rotland, Ore. tf
William McMurray, Genera,!
Passenger Agent of the Harriman
lines, and W. Bittle Wells, of the
Suuset magazine, are expected to
visit 'Bend next week. Frank
Robertson will meet them at Shan
iko and bring them through with
Mr. and Mrs G W. Sanborn and
son and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Prael
of Astoria, who had been on a mo
toring tour through Western Or
egon and crossed the range at Cra
ter Lake, were in Bend last week on
their way home. Tbey bad en
joyed a very interesting and pleas
V. D. Williamson of Spokane,
and Paul C. Bates and J. II. Hoyt
of Portland, coustituting the Crane
Prairie Bear Club, returned last
Thursday evening from a week's
hunting trip with W. P. Vandevcrt
at Craue Prairie. They brought
out the pelts of five bears to prove
that they had lived up to their rep
utations and bad a good time.
W. P. Ttrlckson. who lives on an
Irrigated truct six miles east of
Bend, finds turnips a very success
ful crop there. He brought to town
this week two specimens, one meas
uring 19 inches in circumference
and weighing .jj( pounds and
the other being 14) inches
around and $)i pounds in weight
They were pulled just two mouths
after the sowing of the seed.
President Frank Robcrtsou of the
Bend Townsite Co. came In Friday
night, driving his car through from
The Dalles. 0. C. Letter, City
IJditor of the Pottland Oregouiau,
came with Mr. Robertson to spend
a few days of his vacation in Cen
tral Oregon. He was here eight
years ago and entered a timber
claim up the river. The change
that has taken1 place since then
makes it a totally new country to
The Bulletin has a larger adver
tising patronage than any other
Central Or. paper. There's reason.
Members of The
BEND REALTY BOARD
BUND TOWNSITE CO.
BF.ND RKALTY HXCHANOE
J. L. BYRNE
CENTRAL ORE. REALTY CO.
CROOK COUNTY REALTY CO.
DESCHUTES REALTY CO.
J. A. EASTES
HOME LAND CO.
O. C. HENKLE
HOMESEEKERS LAND CO.
W. R. RILEY
BEND LODCE No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets 011 Thursday on or
before the full moon of each
month. Visiting brothers
J.D. 0AVID80M, B.cr.
U. O. COS. M, W.
SAVE MONEY r.jilSL!
Nerticalterxl Fire Relief ef 9re;M
Home office, Salem, Ore.
Let me explain.
S. II. SNIDER Agent, Bend, Ore.
Mrs. E. J. Herring
Facial Massage, 5tiaaipGcSaj, Scalp
Manicure Article, Marcel Comb, Ideal
Uruihea, Skin Food, Sanitary Hair Rolls.
Dr. A. A. BURR.S,ra
llrmlrr. Uftt SwrtWuIIy Trratcd
Without the t)e of Dnp or Surgery, by
Ibr Natural Method of ilcallaf. Chron
ic IMkiki Specialty. ConauluUoa Free
Member of the Mat a oil National Naturopath
Office In Johnaon nSJc Dead. Orrjoo
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Corner Bond and Oregon Streets.
Physician and JSurgeon
Deschutes Banking and Trust Co.
Wall street, Bend, Or.
F. H. MAY
GEORGE S. YOUNG
CIVIL AND MININO ENOINEER
A Uoaluta Director of each City,
Town na tu ut u.
ahtnV. sUlaa; DeactlptlTS
Hhlppltur raeUIUea nnl t'.i
tl4 Directory ot eacb atiulaeaa
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFVICK IN ytRST NATIONAL U&NK DI.DO.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDO.,
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPFICU OVKR FIRST NATIONAL BR".
Office Hour: 10 to la a. rti.; 1 to 3 and
7 to 8 p. ui.
Bknd, : Oregon
F. O. MINOR
LIFE FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary Public and Conveyancing All
Legal l'upcrs Correctly Drawn.
Crook County Abstract Co.
ABSTRACTS OV TITMi
to all laud and town Iota in Crook county.
B, F. Wyl.dk.' Secy.
Leave your subscriptions for
ut the Library and let that
institution gel the benefit.
Subscribe for TUc BuJlctla.